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Dr. Bibaswan Dey

Ph.D

Research Assistant Professor

  • Degree – (PhD)
  • Area or Subject – (Biphasic Mixture Theory, Theoretical Fluid Mechanics)
  • University – (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur)
  • Department- (Mathematics)
  • Awarded Year – (2017)

 

  • Degree – (M.Sc.)
  • Area or Subject – (Applied Mathematics)
  • University – (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur)
  • Department- (Mathematics)
  • Awarded Year – (2011)

 

  • Degree – (B.Sc.)
  • Area or Subject – (Honors in Mathematics)
  • University – (University of Calcutta)
  • Awarded Year – (2009)

Academic Experience:

  • Research Assistant Professor, SRM Research Institute and Department of Mathematics, SRM University, Kattankulathur Campus, June 2017-Till date.
  • Research Associate, Department of Mathematics, IIT Kharagpur, November 2016- May 2017.

Achievements and Awards:  [Mention Year of Award]

·         National Post-Doctoral Fellowship (SERB-DST), 2017.

·         ICIAM-2015 Conference Travel Grant, China, 2015.

·         GATE 2011, AIR 54, MHRD-India.

·         CSIR NET-2011, HRDG-India.

 

 

  • Physiological Fluid Mechanics, \
  • Soft Tissue Mechanics and its Engineering Applications
  • Electrophoresis and Electrokinetics inside biomaterials
  • Existence theory for Viscous Flow Problems inside elastic porous materials
  • Hydrodynamic Instability of Flow inside elastic porous materials.

Research Collaborators:

  1. Prof. G. P. Raja Sekhar, IIT Kharagpur, India
  2. Prof. Shirsendu De, IIT Kharagpur, India
  3. Prof. S. L. Waters, University of Oxford, India
  4. Dr. P. S. Burada, IIT Kharagpur, India
  5. Dr. Sukhendu Ghosh, SRM Research Institute, India
  6. Dr. S K Mukhopadhyay, Aurobindo Pharma Limited, India
  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, A theoretical study on the elastic deformation of cellular phase and creation of necrosis due to the convection reaction process inside a spherical tumor, International Journal of Biomathematics (World Scientific), 9, Pgs. 1650095. Impact factor: 1.05 (SCI).
  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, Hydrodynamics and Convection Enhanced Macromolecular Fluid Transport in soft Biological Tissues: Application to Solid Tumor, Journal of Theoretical Biology (Elsvier), 395, Pgs. 62-86, Impact factor: 2.113 (SCI).
  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, An analytical study on hydrodynamics of an unsteady flow and mass transfer through a channel asymmetrically lined with deformable porous layer, European Journal of Mechanics B/Fluids (Elsvier), 55, pgs. 71-87, Impact factor: 1.969 (SCI).
  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, Effect of Axial vibration of a boundary on the wall Shear stress and Mass transfer in a medium saturated with homogeneous rigid porous material, Journal of Engineering Mathematics (Springer), 89(1), Pgs. 51-71, Impact factor: 1.076 (SCI).
  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, Mass transfer and species separation due to oscillatory flow in a Brinkman medium, International Journal of Engineering Science (Elsvier), 74, Pgs. 35-54, Impact Factor: 4.261 (SCI).

Working Papers:  

  • Bibaswan Dey and Sukhendu Ghosh, "Hydrodynamic Instability inside partially hydrogel-loaded channel”, 2017.
  • Meraj Alam, Bibaswan Dey, and G.P. Raja Sekhar, Mathematical Modelling and Well-posed-ness of Unsteady Poroelastodynamics inside a Solid Tumor, 2017.

Work in Progress: 

  • Bibaswan Dey and G.P. Raja Sekhar, Unsteady electrokinetic effect on hydrodynamics and mass transfer through a channel lined with charged soft porous layer, (Communicated in 2016).
  • Bibaswan Dey, G. P. Raja Sekhar and Sourav Kanti Mukhupadhyay, In-vivo mimicking model for solid tumor towards hydromechanics of tissue deformation and necrosis creation, (Communicated in 2017).
  • Bibaswan Dey, G.P. Raja Sekhar, and P. S. Burada, Electrophoresis of a Soft Charged Particle in a Sparsely packed Bed, (Communicated in 2016).
  • Meraj Alam, Bibaswan Dey, and G.P. Raja Sekhar, Well-posed-ness of poroelastodynamics inside a solid tumor, (Communicated in 2017).
  • Prakash Kumar, Bibaswan Dey, and G.P. Raja Sekhar, Nutrient transport inside deformable cylindrical scaffold: An application in tissue engineering, (Communicated in 2016).

Paper Presented in Conferences:

  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, Convection enhanced macromolecular nutrient transport through a  tumor interstitial space with quadratically varying permeability layer (paper presented at 8th International Congress of Industrial and Applied Mathematics-2015, Beijing, China).
  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, Unsteady electro-osmotic flow through a channel lined with charged deformable porous layer (paper presented at 60th congress of ISTAM-2015 conference, MNIT Jaipur, India).
  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, Dynamics of a Charged Soft Porous Particle in an unbounded Mono-disperse Suspension (paper presented at 59th congress of ISTAM-2014 conference, Alliance University, Bengaluru, India).
  • Bibaswan Dey and G.P. Raja Sekhar, Effect of axial vibration of boundary in a Brinkman medium on the Mass transfer and wall Shear stress (paper presented at 11th ASME-ISHMT Heat and Mass transfer conference in 2013, IIT Kharagpur, India).
  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, Hydrodynamics of an unsteady flow through a channel asymmetrically lined with deformable porous layer (paper presented at 58th congress of ISTAM-2013 conference, IIEST Shibpur, India).
  • Bibaswan Dey and G. P. Raja Sekhar, Mass transfer and species separation due to oscillatory flow inside a circular porous pipe (paper presented at 57th congress of ISTAM- 2012 conference, DIAT Pune, India).
  • PDE Theory and Applications
  • Physiological Fluid Dynamics
  • Boundary Integral Methods
  • Advanced Numerical Methods

Full course Teaching: (Discrete Mathematics (Level B.Tech Third year, odd sem 2017-18), Calculus and Solid Geometry (B.Tech First year, odd sem 2017-18))

Teaching assistant: 

Period: July 2011 to April 2015 at IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal

Courses: Boundary Integral Methods, Fluid Mechanics, Modern Theory of Partial Differential Equations, Mathematics I.

Level: B. Tech, M. Sc., M. Tech, PhD 

Interested B.Sc and M.Sc students may contact me for short term project or semester project.

Dr. Bibaswan Dey

Research Assistant Professor,
SRM Research Institute & Department of Mathematics,
SRM University,
University Building,
Kattankulathur, Kancheepuram District,
Tamil Nadu-603 203, India
Email: bibaswandey.a@ktr.srmuniv.ac.in